Local protesters outraged by Zimmerman verdict
Todd Hicks reports. Video by wtmj.comvideo
MILWAUKEE - Protesters took to the streets in Milwaukee Sunday. They said they were there to voice their outrage following the "not guilty" verdict in the George Zimmerman case.
The march organized by Occupy Milwaukee, started on MLK Boulevard and continued for several blocks throughout downtown.
Protesters chanted "no justice - no peace". They said they've lost faith in the justice system following the verdict.
"The system is set up for us to fail and that's what the people have to understand, the system is not set up for us to win," said Modie Segura.
Police were present during Sunday's march but reported no problems.